How To Get A $50 PDF Creator For Free

Sonic is currently giving away free licences for its PDF Creator software.  The program allows you to create PDF files from almost any Windows application, and normally sells for $49.95.  

To get a free licence code, head over to http://www.investintech.com/resources/blog/archives/2553-get-the-new-sonic-pdf-creator-3-0-free-on-facebook%E2%80%94limited-time-offer-only.html and follow the instructions.

Note that you'll need to "like" the company on Facebook in order to get your free licence code, which obviously also means that you'll need to be a Facebook member to qualify. 

The program runs under Windows XP and above, and is a 14 MB download.

 

 

 

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by Investintech.com, Inc. (not verified) on 9. May 2012 - 17:54  (93269)

Thanks for the feedback everyone! We've been catching all your comments, and we’ll be taking these into consideration for future promotions!

by ~tom (not verified) on 6. May 2012 - 8:46  (93106)

the trick is (if you're a FB member) to like it, download it, then "unlike" it. But really, $50 for a PDF creator? OK very hard to find in their website, but you can actually edit as well, so possibly worthwhile:
I see they use Ghostscript.

by bartf (not verified) on 5. May 2012 - 0:29  (93049)

I, too, detest Facebook and will pass up even free goodies if it means signing up. My hope is that companies will eventually figure out that not everyone will join facebook and that they lose some potential customers.

by e.normus on 4. May 2012 - 23:28  (93046)

Can't be bothered with signing up for crackbook. I will never sign up for crackbook for anything! My PDF needs are handled by the free version of Nitro, it works well.

by Century22 on 4. May 2012 - 18:14  (93037)

This website (Gizmo's) is not just about FREE. It's about Good!

Please tell me why I should take advantage of another free offer?
Is this software better than OUR top pick of current freeware?
If not, DON'T BOTHER posting it!

If I'm just looking for free, I could go to GivawayOfTheDay.
I get their mediocre offers all the time.

by Balaji Ramanathan (not verified) on 4. May 2012 - 2:56  (93002)

Every time I need a temporary facebook account for something like this, I create a new email address on gmail, then head over to facebook and create an account using that email address. The facebook account gets forgotten right away because I make sure I type in a password that I cannot possible remember, and then I close the gmail account, so I can't retrieve the password either. But this offer is not even worth going through this procedure for, so I am going to pass.

by bernardz on 4. May 2012 - 13:52  (93022)

Why not simply set up another facebook account with a password you can remember and just use it for these offers?

by gknapp on 4. May 2012 - 1:35  (92997)

I love to be a guinea pig so I'm going to try it and see if it's better than things like Bullzip PDF Printer. :-)

by Lynn c (not verified) on 4. May 2012 - 1:07  (92995)

Is this software any better than the very simple, very free doPDF?

by Guest (not verified) on 4. May 2012 - 1:05  (92994)

I'd like to try the software, but I refuse to be bribed into signing up for facebook.

by @ pottster (not verified) on 3. May 2012 - 23:48  (92990)

+ 1 !

by pottster on 3. May 2012 - 22:16  (92986)

Maybe it's just me but I find these Facebook linked offers distasteful. The software is usually expendable as well.

by Pablo in spain (not verified) on 4. May 2012 - 2:12  (92999)

I agree they are only trying to increase their standing in facebook. Then I am one of the minority, apparantly, who finds the whole concept of facebook to be distasteful.

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